The bartenders at Clock Bar certainly know it's time for the holidays. Their seasonal cocktails highlight classic winter flavors like vanilla, allspice, and marzipan. They've even paid playful homage to plum pudding, banana bread, and masala chai. So if you're looking for a break from eggnog, read on.
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With bananas, vanilla, and allspice, this drink from Suzanne Miller of Clock Bar in San Francisco is reminiscent of a holiday smoothie—though homemade toasted pecan infused Rye makes it much more fun.
The secret to this crisp drink from Suzanne Miller of Clock Bar in San Francisco is Neige Apple Ice Wine, a winter specialty from Quebec.
This pisco based cocktail from Matthew Campbell of Clock Bar in San Francisco gets a seasonal sweetness from riesling and fresh pears.
Marzipan gives this cocktail from Suzanne Miller of Clock Bar in San Francisco a sweet, nutty flavor.
With the flavors of cacao and plum, this drink from Steven Mercer of Clock Bar in San Francisco invokes the spirit of British plum pudding.